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  • Windward Artists Guild - Ultra Show I Exhibit at Pauahi Tower - Runs until August 3, 2018.




The show runs until August 3, 2018 on the second floor of Pauahi Tower. It features art from 27 of our artists. All pieces are for sale with 15% going to support WAG's mission of providing art education grants, workshops, and art exhibits to stimulate arts within the community.


Parking for this event is relatively simple and inexpensive. At approximately 1080 Alakea, there are two parking garages. The Bishop Square Parking garage will charge a $5 flat fee and is located on the left side of the street. Alii Place parking garage is public parking and will cost about $1.50 for an hour's worth of parking. The entrance is on the right side of the street.

All the beautiful art you see in these photos are only a part of this large show!


Look for our next show, Ultra Show II, starting August 6, 2018 also at Pauahi Tower!


Wendy Roberts

WAG Artist and Show Chair for Ultra Show I

About Windward Artists Guild
The Windward Artists Guild is a non-profit, volunteer, member guild, organized in 1960 by a group of Windward artists. Through education, collaboration, encouragement, and exhibitions, the Windward Artists Guild supports and promotes the production and appreciation of the visual arts. The Windward Artists Guild publishes a newsletter nine times a year.

Founded by Gini McCall, Rosalie Prussing, Lucille Cooper, and Betty Decker with the assistance of Juliette May Fraser and David Ash. There were 12 charter members. Began with an exhibit at the Windward Theatre, auctioning art for the benefit of the Castle Memorial Hospital.

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  • Windward Artists Guild
    WAG (Windward Artists Guild) is a non-profit artists guild offering group juried exhibits, workshops, educational grants, and social opportunities with other art lovers. Founded by a group of windward Oahu artists (Gini McCall, Rosalie Prussing, Lucille Cooper, and Betty Decker with the assistance of Juliette May Fraser and David Ash) in 1960, its first event was an art auction to benefit Castle Hospital. The charitable roots of the foundation continue to today with grants to local art teachers and art events that increase interest in the arts.

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